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  • 2017 NBA Draft Pick 14 Instant Analysis: Bam Adebayo

    The Miami Heat select Bam Adebayo with the fourteenth pick in the 2017 NBA draft and the NBATV crew breaks down his game.
    23 Jun @ 6AM

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  • Kentucky has three players taken in NBA lottery

    With the Miami Heat drafting Bam Adebayo at #14, the Kentucky Wildcats have now had 24 players taken in the first round under John Calipari.
    23 Jun @ 5AM

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  • Jungle Island is getting a new identity: an action-adventure park

    The first time John Dunlap stood at the lagoon near the entrance to Jungle Island, heat radiating in waves around the murky shallow pool, he put his hands on the brown railings and thought, “I wish I could get in the water here.” No, the former director of the San Diego Zoo wasn’t hallucinating in the Miami heat. Dunlap was on the edge of an idea that he has carried with him since that day in 2013, of a redesigned Jungle Island with a new purpose: adventure. Now, as president of the park, Dunlap soon will see the small lake morph into a tributary feeding a two-acre, crystal-clear lagoon for swimming, sailing, paddle boarding, kayaking and more. Soon, towers will rise above the tree canopy on
    18 Jun @ 9PM

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  • LeBron James says he never played for a ‘super team.’ Really?

    Either LeBron James has a very short memory, or he does not consider the Miami Heat’s two NBA Championship teams on which he played “super-teams”, despite the fact his teammates included six-time All-Star Dwyane Wade, five-time All-Star Chris Bosh, and 10-time All-Star Ray Allen. After the Golden State Warriors knocked out the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals Monday night, James was asked if he believes the league benefits from superstar players joining forces to chase titles. “No, not really. I don’t believe I’ve played for a super-team,” James said. “I don’t believe in that. I don’t believe we’re a super-team here.” There is no doubt the Warriors are a super team, with a roster that features
    14 Jun @ 8PM

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  • LeBron James: 'I don't believe I've played for a super team'

    He played in South Florida with not only Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, but also Shane Battier and Ray Allen. So it's not as if there wasn't Hall of Fame-level talent alongside in a group that helped him win two championships. And yet for all LeBron James had with the Miami Heat or, for that matter, during these dual tenures with the Cleveland Cavaliers, he now insists he has never played on a super team. That, along with the disappointment of again falling to the Golden State Warriors, was among his takeaways after yet another statistically brilliant performance in the NBA Finals. In the wake of Monday night's loss at Oracle Arena, James was asked what appeared to be a straightforward question
    14 Jun @ 5PM

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  • Khloe’s ex Lamar Odom drops selling price of Miami home. Again

    Former Miami Heat star and Kardashian clan member Lamar Odom is so anxious to get out of his Pinecrest home, he has dropped the price twice in the less than two months since he listed it. Fire sale anyone? Odom first listed the house at 9401 SW 63rd Court at the end of April for $5.2 million. A month later he dropped the price $305,000 to $4.895 million. And now he’s dropped the price another $395,000 to $4.5 million. That’s a $700,000 reduction. Odom bought the 8,557-square-foot place back in 2003 during his brief stint with the Miami Heat. Two other ex-Heat players, Chris Andersen and Anfernee Hardaway, have Pinecrest properties for sale. Is it a coincidence that Odom’s second price drop coincides
    13 Jun @ 4AM

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  • Miami Heat linked to aggressive position in Gordon Hayward free agency

    It is a rite of spring that inevitably becomes a rite of summer for Pat Riley, no matter previous words to the contrary from the Miami Heat president So, yes, the Heat again find themselves linked to one of the biggest names in NBA free agency, as was the case a year ago, when reports of a Heat pursuit of Kevin Durant turned into time at the negotiating table for Riley with the All-Star forward. In the wake of that failed pursuit and then the Heat's revival over the second half of this past season behind lower-tier 2016 free-agent acquisitions Dion Waiters and James Johnson, Riley expressed regret over his previous comments of focusing on the biggest "whales" of free agency. Yet against that
    10 Jun @ 7PM

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  • Utah Jazz are worried about Miami Heat as a potential Gordon Hayward suitor in NBA free agency, report says

    The Boston Celtics may not be the only Eastern Conference team with a good shot at signing small forward Gordon Hayward, who is expected to hit free agency this offseason. A new report from ESPN's Marc Stein suggests the Miami Heat could be a big threat to lure Hayward away from the Utah Jazz.
    10 Jun @ 10AM

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  • Heat's Willie Reed reunites with Derrick Williams at NBA Finals

    After a breakout season with the Miami Heat, Willie Reed is going to the NBA Finals -- as a guest of a former Heat teammate. Having completed this weekend's Sportscaster U. broadcasting internship at Syracuse University, Reed moved on to Cleveland. There, he is spending time with Derrick Williams, who has gone from his February release by the Heat to playing time in the Finals against the Golden State Warriors. "I'm going to watch Derrick play a little bit in the Finals," Reed said, "and then I'm doing yoga and working out down there in Miami." Reed said even when Williams wasn't seeing action with the Heat, he still was an active pregame workout partner. Williams was waived when the Heat had
    9 Jun @ 6PM

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  • LeBron James offered an eloquent response to whether a stacked team like the Warriors is good for the NBA

    The Cleveland Cavaliers-Golden State Warriors trilogy has ultimately been a flop, because it has become obvious the Warriors are far better than the Cavs. LeBron James and his Cavs teammates have made clear throughout the series that these Warriors, with Kevin Durant, are not the same as the 73-win team the Cavs beat in last year's Finals. Game 3 on Wednesday night was a perfect example — the Cavs handed the Warriors their best shot, and it still wasn't enough to beat them.
    9 Jun @ 12AM

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